In This Issue - April 2012
In-house counsel suddenly face a spike in M&A litigation that could derail that big deal.
Is the exodus of lawyers from Big Law to small firms here to stay?
In The News
Toyota's former in-house lawyer fails to overturn an arbitration award.
The "it" infant of the minute is in the middle of a trademark scuffle.
The NLRB lays down the law on corporate social media policies.
Defending a documentary filmmaker has unexpected side benefits.
These are from actual job postings (at press time).
A pension fund explains why it voted "no" on so many say-on-pay proxies.
The conflict between U.S. and E.U. policies could be exacerbated if a new proposal flies.
Two countries seem to represent the best bets for investors.
On The Job
The latest iPad case shines a light on a more aggressive Chinese IP posture.
According to a new White House report on consumer data privacy protection, trust is worth a lot of money to U.S. businesses.
Did the iPad spell doom for dedicated devices? Maybe not.
YRC lifts a seasoned navigator into the driver's seat of its legal department.
Does the National Labor Relations Board "like" your social media policies?
A judge dismisses the Justice Department's huge bribery case and questions its tactics.
The U.S. Supreme Court is guilty of a broad "failure to communicate" to the public it serves, according to constitutional scholar and law dean Erwin Chemerinsky.
The Supreme Court is finally set to decide the reach of the Alien Tort Statute.
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